Beyonce gives $100000 to 4 historically black schools

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Beyonce performed at two-hour set of her hits in Indio, California, where the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is held each year. Our favourite? This college-inspired silk hoodie in sunshine yellow. "So am I the only one who noticed when @Beyonce went to change outfits she changed her d**n nail polish?" The supermodel donned a thick scrunchie (remember those?), hoop earrings and matrix-style sunnies with a micro Fendi crop top and shorts. In fact, she even had to take a sleeping aid to get to sleep afterwards, she was so overwhelmed.

But, if you watch the full performance from Saturday, you will see that her nails actually stay black.

The "Lemonade" singer announced Monday that she would be donating $100,000 to historically black colleges and universities. It was no ordinary show when she stepped on stage wearing a dazzling band leader number before what has been one of her best performances ever.

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A release announcing the expanded scholarship shed more light on the inspiration of Bey's performance: "The show, with its homage to excellence in education, was a celebration of the homecoming weekend experience, the highest display of college pride".

Now, it seems, the good work isn't done as the singer has announced she is donating over $120,000 in scholarships to historically black colleges and universities in the U.S. through her BeyGOOD initiative.

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Set only to percussion, Byrne updated the song about African Americans fatally shot by police or in other racially charged incidents. Barefoot in a gray suit, Byrne opened sitting in a school desk and holding a brain, which he serenaded with "Here", a track about neuroscience off his new album American Utopia.

X Japan paid tribute to their two late members - guitarist Hide and bassist Taiji, who both died in apparent, but contested, suicides - with the song Endless Rain and holograms that reunited them on stage.

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